Additive and additive-free treatment technologies for pulp and paper mill effluents: Advances, challenges and opportunities
authors Kamali, M; Alavi-Borazjani, SA; Khodaparast, Z; Khalaj, M; Jahanshahi, A; Costa, E; Capela, I
nationality International
journal WATER RESOURCES AND INDUSTRY
author keywords Pulp and paper industry; Industrial effluents; Chemical additives; Non-additive treatment processes
keywords WASTE-WATER TREATMENT; 3-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRODE REACTOR; MAGNETIC BIOCHAR COMPOSITES; SILICIC-CATION COAGULANT; KRAFT BLACK LIQUOR; ANAEROBIC-DIGESTION; BIOHYDROGEN PRODUCTION; ANODIC-OXIDATION; ACTIVATED CARBON; ULTRASONICATION PRETREATMENT
abstract In the present manuscript, novel effluent treatment processes for pulp and paper mill effluents are divided into two categories: a) those involving the use of chemical additives and b) those which are free of such chemicals. It is especially of high importance for pulp and paper industry to adopt the most efficient and cost-effective treatment methods. This paper critically reviews the recent studies on the treatment of pulp and paper mill effluents while providing suggestions for further studies on the application of various physic-chemical and biological methods for the treatment of such complex effluents containing a number of recalcitrant pollutants.
publisher ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
issn 2212-3717
year published 2019
volume 21
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1016/j.wri.2019.100109
web of science category Water Resources
subject category Water Resources
unique article identifier WOS:000470886600006

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